One of the greatest challenges facing democratic states in recent years has been the scourge of terrorism, in both its domestic and international dimensions. In an era witnessing the expansion of democracy and human rights, the phenomenon of terrorism poses many significant rule of law challenges for states. The specific focus of this chapter is on those faced by the judiciary, especially in the exercise of its judicial functions in reviewing the executive’s exercise of its powers to maintain or reinstate public order and peace during a state of emergency...
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